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and the democrats have the choice. >> that's fine. we saw how that played in 1995. we funded the entire defense establishment. it's not worth it. >> as bad as it is, and it's one of the worst things to happen in our lifetime. it's not worth whether political calculations or fallout might result from that, is that what you're saying? >> no, i want us to have -- i want the calculations to be made, we have a chance of winning and moving the ball. >> where is it up to this point. >> the point is, all these past votes have been symbolic, because they haven't gone anywhere. >> if we take this vote and the democrats don't go along with it, that makes this symbolic. would you have said it was a bad thing to have tried it? >> we were the underdogs duary . if we're going to use war analogies. probably through the prism of history, those people that looked at those revolutionaries thought they were nuts. >> he had a winning strategy to win. washington was thoughtful about this right from the beginning, and he knew what he needed to do, and it worked. i huang the to say one final thing. i know we disagree
defensible. a law that the president said is not ready to be implemented. and a law that the senate author of obama care has described himself as a train wreck waiting to happen. >> that's max baucus. it's causing businesses not to hire full time workers. we're discussing with the audience the issue of division in the country. we see a lot of this in washington. you've been there a while, how divided is it in d.c.? >> you know, d.c.'s pretty divided, there's a lot of talk about how divided d.c. is on the news. what people sometimes overlook is that there are a lot of areas where we actually agree. sometimes there are areas we agree too often. the bigger division i see, is the division that's taking place twin the political governing class in washington of either political party on the one hand and the american people on the other. when we put forward big new programs like obama care, that's bad, and we have to not fund it. >>> coming up, we're going to have a lot more with the studio audience. the hot topic of race relations in america is front and center, when juan williams will debate co
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responsive and know the way we defend our country, the way that we have enough money for national defense is by being frugal and not by saying give me, give me, give me all the time. >> i think you ratcheted up for lib bear generals. specifically, what i think he was referring to is your criticism of the nsa. i support the patriot act but who wrote that bill did not include what happened with the nsa. there's a distinction, is there not? >> you're absolutely right. we fought the american revolution due to the fact that we didn't want a warrant to apply to millions of people. the fourth amendment says it has to be a specific person, a place, and you have to name the items and you have to go to a judge and say there's probable cause. and here's the thing, i'm all for getting terrorists. i'm all for -- if i were the judge, absolutely, say yes. get the records. i'm first spying on terrorists. i'm not for spying on every american. and so people like the governor who are, i guess, flippant about privacy, flippant about the fourth amendment and flippant about the rights, they are laying their li
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